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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 3 July 1869

Tucson, A. T Saturday, July 3, 3 No. 27 -one, s. fimWEEKLY ARIZONA!! TE!Mffiy"rna1' devoted to i ffre; Mre&si of Arizona Territory. fCr' fSSl every Saturday at Tucson, A.T. Ifiyffl C500XE2I Editor. IpjS&crnis oi" Subscription, cue year $7,00 'Dry ix months : $1.00 nr tliree months 2,00 Advertising itaies Ivr ossol lafs per square tor the first insertion ad bnmoilar tor each subsequent insertion en 1 7r FIC1AJL. ns. LAWS OK THE :teb state PASSED AT Tn K TSESSIONOE THE jTY-FIRST congress. Jur making appropriations for the c.ir- eon'i-iut csi(e) ol tlie Indian uc- liril li.f fullillin treaty stjimltitii.iid lii'iian trib's for the year ending ietii, ui iteen hundred aim sovoaty. : d by the Senate and IJouse of .i v. s i.'ie Liiili.-d States of Amer n v- n.-se milled, That the following a li; y are hereby, appropriated, .a., -y in the treasury not otherwise J, tjr tlie purpose of paying the t-ontingent expenses ot t!ie Indian mil hiliiiling treaty stipulations j .is Indian tnoes...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 3 July 1869

tnW spvftnth. eiffhteedhundred and sixty-three, and Senate amendment of March twenty-fifth, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, ten thousand cellars. , . , , For sixth of ten instalments, per eighth ar ticle of said treaty, for the purchase of provis ions, under the direction of the Secretary ofthe Interior, ten thousand dollars. ' For the purchase of Iron, steel, and neces gary tools for blacktraith'i: shop, as per tenth article of said treaty, two hundred and twenty dollars. For pay of blacksmith and assistant, as per same article of 'same treaty, one thousand one JULY 3. -A i. hundred dollars. For insurance, transportation, and peneral Son .aid nsa anfie of -ery alternate 6ame treaty, three thousand dollars. carquAS asd calapoous, or umpqca talluy, ' ' OKEUOK. For last of five instalments of the third series of annuity for beneficial objects, to be expend ed as directed by the President, per third ar ticle treaty twenty -ninth November, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, one thousand ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 3 July 1869

.1869. ff.pTyKKKLY ARIZONA'S' aj, LOCAL MATTERS. Do" J. D, rAj. F, W. Peubt, 0. S. A. arm el - tf i i I'. r. f r A T T l t-rnnfiwm. (II! 0a- gaaSSay, en rpute for Camp McDowell. ''e''i lllflfs : Mr. Apple's train arrived from 'ffljfen Sunday. The train of Bolcosi; Loizo, S ' a'SR flour.aiao arrived from Sonora about " BSSn"S of the week. j X;C. sl'llifli ..-o,7 t TWsnn. en route lytnasier Grant on Monday. Col. Green, from : .J ronta ilor ami nppomnfi- arftmfiKiBini, amveu -v , , r-- the'MSpaymas'er to that post on weunesciay. i t, llJijrTi's: 0" Saturday night a party ot In 3 .jBsmttfcd a ranch situated near the church of affi&W"' nine miIes fr0m th'6 CUy' and SUC" (, eisrunning off seventeen head of stock, sp .onewghieh has been recovered, " 5.SLokg, from San Pedro, who armed e omlltffUh a ponderous club and tried to ake'fpossession ot the whole valley, about a reeklwas arraigned beiore justice Tounge U mo Tueldiiy. Three Mexicans, indebted to said """ntrfa&said club for va...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 3 July 1869

27 I I m. R Pt.m. j. Fi-ATT & MCCAFFREY. ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW TUCSON, A. T. January 2d lSG9-tf G. II. OURY, AttorneyHand Counselor at Lav Office in Court-house Building TUCSON, A. 'i . aug4;G7 tf PIONEER IWJTCWKR SSSOP. GEORGE F- FOSTER. at the OLD STAND on Main Street, TUCSON, A. T. IS ready to supply all customers in fVSfiS his lino with as good beef and at as lilpZEU. low rates as c-an bedono elsewhere town. Jan. 1st 1869. PIONEER BREWERY. TUCSON, A. T. 3LAGERBEER. AKE atl PORTER Constantly on hand. A. LEVIN & J. GOLDTREB. Slarch 14, 1869 11-tf. GAMP G1UITT STORE TIIE undersigned would respectfully announce that they have just opened a new stock of goods consisting of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, kc. and are proparcd to sell on tho "livo and let live" principle: Would also announco to thoso persons desirous to settle upon the Lower San Pedro, thatthey are proprietors of a large Asequie and will allow water to be taken from it by actual settlers frno of charg...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 10 July 1869

7- .iriBiBM"1- -- ---mitimi Tucson, A. T., Saturday, July 3.0, 1869. No 28 - uc;jHt . : lie?-,. r . -rrr T I tf -' -w- V . I 1 I f I .1' .J I , vwmmLx jut! eT rJsSSjoumal, devoted to lb iv iSevc,7 Saturda' at Tucson A T J' ISSboOAER Editor aerms o ouDscnuuun, S"e year c nionths ithree months -.00 numbers, each -a tf JSHfRnmst ho naidiuvariaBtr in ad vauce FA rlirarf icincr "RaffiS. :. rOoUatglper square for the first insertion oneiaouar ior eacn suuduuciiu iushuu IC1AL. LAWS 1.1F THE ED STATES PASSED AT THE SESSIONOF TIIE MY-FIRST CONGRESS. (IfAtnJtnnkin;; appropriations for tho car (tfaH?ffcontin;;en t expenses of the Indian de tttncntlBand for fulfilling treaty stipulations Kvffvnnoua Indian tiib-s for the year ending no(tairtieth, eigiUuea hundred aud seventy. led lirtiii! Senate and House of . - ivfs ol the tinted htates of Amer- ess resembled, J hat the following ii hfv ;in herein, annronriated. , . .j , -1 , oney in (he treasury not otherwise tvi- the purpose ot paying tlie co...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 10 July 1869

THE WEEKLY ABTZONAN 1869. JULY 3. OUR MINING INTERESTS. We are pleased to observe that, during the past few months, the lethargic condition of the public mind regarding the working of the mines in this locality, jias been giving place to a spirit of activity and energy in this branch of in dustry. The unprecedentedly low rates at which government contracts have been let, and the consequent scarcity of money in short, the present and prospective inactivity in trade seems to have had a beneficial effect, by arous ing the hitherto glinted contractors from the stupor caused by ser-mdulgence, and caus-j the greatest journalistic wonder of the age, jng them to discover new fields for enterprise i which, while jt is eagerly read by all the great mouths since, declared tha these gentlemen, by investing capital in the. Apache Pass mine, were on the straight road to rnin. Already, a party is preparing to commence work on the La Paz Silver mine, and much inquiry is on loot regarding the Lee &a...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 10 July 1869

irWWEEJLYAWZONAN r i, 1869. ;ly 10. LOCAL HATTERS. v.. IJ. G. Gaige, me uu"- i rtist and accomplished genuemau, r . '-j jinpp. died at citv a lew weou i oJwl on the 2d fait. Report reached us, on iuesuay, ' on the route between J CP Grant, while coming toward Saturday, was met ny a v) -M.v.hPm oursued back to the post. ,Tvvoladie's"and a gentlemen, re i e c..ftro have onened a Ernvi ifoui ha Hodges House. Daring tne ua, ilea is instructed in reading, writing tactic, and toward evening a second to study vocal and lnstrumenini wi.h these enterprising people "ffSbe-s and may they receive sumcieni ,-i.iucc them to remain with us. o ,..,.. TlinrsdflV IT. ilSOli ASU J in rv. ntful day in Tucson. Hon. . i',r.l. our new Governor, arrived - 1J .nnnlwwl tllf XlIlG ay in 'Miing, lion c:i Tuesday evening and was mere party of our citizens by whom he was otjwn. Mr. L on, Iron: Arizona veJ with tne oovenior. nun. 'Secretary, arrived from the East, via on Thursday evening, accompanied iinfllo!,? n...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 10 July 1869

JI.R.PtATT. : J.BMcCawhy piiATT & McCaffrey. ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW TUCSON, A. T. Januiry2d,lSG9-tf - .1. . A G. II. OUItY, AttdrneySand Counselor at Lav Office in Court-house Building TUCSON, A. 'i . nug4;67 tf FIOXEER BUTCHER SHOP. MITCHELL GOLDBAUM. at the OLD STAND on Main Street, TUCSON, A. T. pJ his lino with as good beef and at as low rates as uaa bodono elscwhero town. Jan. 1st 1869. PIONEER BREWERY. TUCSON, A. T. liAGERBEER. ALE and PORTER Constantly ou hand. A. LEVIN & J. GOLDTREE. March 14, I860 11-tf. CAMP GRANT STORE THE undersigned would respectfully announco that they have just opened a now stock of goods 'consisting of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, lck rand aro prepared to sell on the "live and let live" principle: Would also announce to thoso persons desirous to settle upon the Lower San Pedro, thatthey arc proprietors of a large Asequio and will allow water to bo taken from it by actual settlors frne of charge ISRAEL &COX. Camp Grant, A, T., ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 17 July 1869

HP WD1 L7 ARIZONAN. K ' hfol 2. Tucson, A. T., Saturday, July 17, 1869. No 29 - y fwMEKLY ARIZONAN rt-pcltiy Journal, devolea 10 m JuSesls of Arizona Territory. v a. m rwi LllsUed every Saturaay at a ucsun, a. . aaiii .. "Rnirnn. , W JUVli" " Terms of Subscription, Cody, one year , -87,00 ..fnr three months -a."" 2 CUp; " , nr ,!o numbers, each criptionsraustbepaidinvariably in advance Advertising Rates. fVn-tVif first JnRfirtion fr0 J0I"W UKl ----- one dollar for each subsequent .nseruou OFFICIAL. LAWS OF THE iNXTED STATES PASSED AT THE IRSTSESSlONOFffHE; i FORTY-FIRST CONGRESS. OT making appropriations-, for the cur- fit and contingent expenses oi tlie-Indian dc Srtraent, ana for fulfilling treaty stipulations f.i. ,.nrmiu riuliiiii trih-s for the year endiac ine thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy. li,n enacted Uy the Semite Jind Hou-e ol erueseiitatives of'.ilu; United State of Anipr- i in Congress .-ijisemtiieu, i u:n nn iouou-ui;;. Sins be, ami inev nr' nery .:ipjirn-Tiai'...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 17 July 1869

THE WEEKLY ABJZONAN JULY 17 1869. TUB INDIAN. Notwithstanding all that has been reported concerning the Apache Indian, since the Spring of '68 his numerous robberies of mails and trains ; the several attacks made by him upon settlers, involving the destruction of property and loss of stock; the many scenes in which his brutal nature sought satiety in the blood of the pioneer, and his gradually increasing hos tility from time to time we are, to-day, to a greater extent the victim of his ravages than at any former time. The people and press of Arizona have repeatedly entreated, begged for assistance ; represented the thrilling condition of affairs here, in which homes have been deso lated and families massacred by the Indian but to no purpose. Nothing has been done whish can lead us to hope for any important change. True, there are reports of troops be ing sent to Arizona two or three companies. The department commander must, indeed, have taken a very contracted view of Indian affairs...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 17 July 1869

- D.j 4 ir05l vefo, isider. elson. a ore, OOgc, 7 en. ceedj Cub,; rre. -bus. ucer ism ipon fifiy iago ired lari tree )Urt tuse iro. litn 'inj on. ine A! les mr Wc an he li lt! ke fpSl AllIZONAN jaur n. .1809. 4 IOCAL MATTERS. fOV. """ 1 1 Dderson probate judge for Pima connty a v k . n afford nas annoinirtti fSatnuol loan, ior iuouave. IjDi)Krg's mattrasses looic so comtortabie .Lso wnO COUIC lU uuiliiiiu iui wem mil ofter a few minutes, and before the price L'een decided upon. iRts: During the past two weeics several hive arrived ; among them we observed Ljon with merchandise for the firms of Jacobs & Co., andE. N. Fish & Co. acSakimods; "We refrain from making osures concerning iue uoieurauuii ou ay evening a certain muiviaum, wno n DU', i ; ai . iflicn ill iTiiiii ill II luiiii iikviii'. j.j in rti&iu n a prominent part. rfliD Gehmax Bakery of Lauenstem & -pt is. decidedly, the best arranged bakery a-rlbllSIlcU i" xuuauu. iuc uuui uacu ta i ... . . ... t ... he be...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 17 July 1869

II. F.. Platt. J- E McCapfby iiiA.TT & McCaffrey: ATTORNEYS' AND COUNSELORS AT LAW ' TUCSON, A. T. January 2d 1869-tf G. II. OURY, Attorneyjand Counselor at Lav Office in Court-house Building TUCSON, A. 'i . aug4;67 tf PIONEER BUTCHER SHOP. MITCHELL GOLDBATJJL at the OLD STAND on Main Street, TUCSON, A. T. IS ready to supply all customers in 'his lino with aa good beef and at as low rates aa can bedono elsewhoro town. Jan. 1st 1869. PIONEER BREWERY. TUCSON, A. T. J.AGER BEER. Ai-E and PORTER Constantly on hand. A. LEVIN & J. GOLDTIIEE. March L4, 18G9 11-tf. 'CAM? -GBA5T ST011E ! - 0 THE undesigned would respectfully announce tbattbcy have just opened anew Block of goods DRYGOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, &c, and aro prepared to sell on the "live am' let live" ,principlc: Would also announce to those porsons desirous to settle upon the'Lowor San Pedro, thatthey are proprietors of a large Asoquie and will allow water to bo takon from it by actual settlors frne ofeharge ISRAEL ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 24 July 1869

m son. "SCOtt. Tucson, A. T., Saturday, July 1869. No 30 M a es&sj 523 e&e& gfea d&ils m is & n& jLf ja, 11 B - Mil - m . . . , . r- r. : ,.- . 1 :, II 9 1 n ... . s. rpTii a m a j n -a- - ' i M m rs. afire lford ury eJcrs 'CO ns. Can, t: V City fat jfirs iber UDB 01 711 ag re- car Tu Son in me ousiness oi 111 "lo juumeut snail oeaieemed nennscnrr, so much of the act, 'to which aJd the Commissioner mo) in any case, at his icfeiy journal, acroucg to eta this is an amendment; as relates to compound- discretion, allow snuff nR smokino- tohnonn irfsfsoa AMonaA.crioi. Jersof Jiquorsf and ns is inconsistent with the manufactured prior to th9Ttwentieth of .Tnlr and tlie same are Hs hereby, repealed. 'And packages, to be stamped andfeold in tho nr?r. :.J Cft :r it. A-Jli.. i i I 1 ...ji-.i. u , "."fe loumactuuu uiiv-uiim ia iuruier ameuaea as i juuiiiijt;s; ana me raieqt duty on cigars follows .- strike ouUhe fourth paragraph there-j imported prior to July tentiltb, ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 24 July 1869

4EE WEEKLY MTZONAN JULY 24.... 1869. Tfc.0 follnwintr nrt?!r:na iirnrwiSPrt bv Hon -v iauu" j John B. Allen,, and bie reply of the Governor branch of the s mereio, muj explamjhemselves : TERR1TMV OF ARIZONA. (jFFTr.i' or THE TnEASOKBR. Tucso.v, July 22, 18G fiECOBD OF HORRORS. We published a list, lasi week, of those who Lad been slain, rcuidgfcd, or taken captives hv the Indians, dnrint.- tl.P n. .1,1. To His Excellency, j 7-- , r.. v "juiccu p K Safihil months, in Pima county alone, but have sincp ' ' -Ta vr 1-.- -IK I ueiHgcyBipiuie. .accounts, never published in rr , n ".H ACUUUHS CUIUU illUUllJ, u.i lis vv. existence, x aeemii unnecessary w jutauuuu bmuuiuu Vj u..j. onvetnani. plain for argument a statement of the facts against persona or Jo salities. ea. . I in In rnn thft tt l-i t I r. 1 ;s sufficient. ..w.w uuiury prosr. Witn regaru to our eucuuu iuuuj j. uin,' r"t""v '"" ; ;ne , say that had I arrived here in time I should ces ox tne xerrupry developed, am noi-i-i n vissiiP...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 24 July 1869

--r-l T Id 111 11 1 f iJlfll l l - r-i III V M I i I J J V-M-.L. 1 t 1 I I u - JULY 24 1869. I0CAL HATTEES. ' 1 1TCI II I. J.WJIUVi W H I 1A k L uct " -r If I fY i- .1 1" nev J. aicuaurv, ior lue ueiense was W MfcWM . I 4 ..nifni : 1 1 1 1 j xuiiiLU lj . i. m .ui ului.ui.ii uw i i i i . i' a, UUUUl iUUl UIU ,L1UU1 IIMVII, 1U IUU , f collecting fruit. The party was c'ut . ly a strolling band of Apaches and iuw killed. Goverxou Saf'ord left on "Wednesday, for itcn. there to meat, and thence to convey Tucson, the iady he has chosen to become rcife. The Governor and his betrothed are nectedto arrive at any moment The mar i -n i-i i : iB lano pmuu uiweuiiueiy upon their post oFFjCEhasbeen-established at .Skull it lev, Yavapai Co., with John C. Duun as master. An omce nas oeen csiaonsneu at Vis, in the same county, with J. W. Swel ,t as postmaster. E. D. Noye3 lias been de postmaster at Pima Villages, John S. rr at .Maricopa Wells and James M. Barnev Arizona Lity. Cor.. J. F. Stone left f...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 24 July 1869

1 -t. - ... J.' H mcGiti'xy i p. ft. TklKT K7i7i50a: kTUP HrPiriflY n K! .HIM i IV pjlatt & McCaffrey. ATTORNEYS." AND COUNSELORS AT LAW TUUbUiS, A. X. JaOry 2(1 1869-tf TULLY & QCHOA. Main Street, Tucson, A. T. G.H. OURY, AttorneyTaijd Counselor at lav Office in Court-honse Building TUOSON, A. "i . ang'iiCT tf prOxVUBR BUTCHER SB OP. MITCHELL GOLDBATJM. at the OLD STAND on Main Street' TUCSON, A. T. IS roady to eupply all customers in his lino with as good bef and at as low raws as can Dedono elsewhere town. Jan. 1st 1869. PIONEER BREWERY, TUCSON. A. T. ZiAGERBEER. AliB and FORMER - Constantly on hand. A. LEVIN & J. GOLDTREE. March 14, 1869 l'lrtf. GAMP GRANT STOJtE ! v THE uncersigncd would respectfully announce that tho; iiavoinst opened a now stock of goods ... t consisting oi DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, ic and are prepared to gcll on tho "Uvo and let live TiftnrinJp; j- j to sot tlS. upon tho Lower San Pedro, thatthoy are proprietors of a large Asequio and will ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 31 July 1869

Vol. 2. Tucson, A. Saturday, July, 31, 1869. No 31 BClJ WEEKLY ARIZOXAN W eeUly Journal, devol edto th bliahed every Saturday at Tucson, A. T. Ela V. flJiPWl liiUTUK. Terms of Subscription, lie copy, six months 4.00 lie copy for three months 2,00 jo-le numbers, eacn lb ibscriptions must be paid invariably in ad vance Advertising Kates. jo lolIar? per square for the first insertion ha One uuiwi io- tvu suuduimuuu uisuiuuii 0 FFIC1AL LAWS OF THE Sjniteb states PASSED AT THE IRST SESSION OF THE FORTY-FIRST CONGRESS. IXACT to amend tbo judicial Unitod Statos, system of the Tit it enacted by the Senate and House of Lnresenlatives of the United States of Amer ti in Congress assmbled, That the Supreme ''ourtof the United btates ahall hereafter con list of thti Chief Justice of the United States Ind oi"ht associate justices, any six ot whom Shall cm t'lttite a quorum; and tor the pur pose ot lias act there snail be appointed an ad iitiop.a.1 associate iustice of said court. Sec. 2. And be i...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 31 July 1869

1 JL4A - V ' - T ! r 1 S , v. t . ? JS- p. 1 m B9HI o THE WEEKLY ARIZOftAN JULY 31 1SC9. "PROSPECTING IN ARIZONA." Under this bead, the Los Angeles Star.- of fhe 10th inst. has an article in which the object of a company, forming in San Francisco, for fhe purpose of prospecting and developing mines in Arizona, is severely criticised. We have taken pains to obtain some information regarding ftis subject, and find the facts to be as follows: Some persons, who had been in Arizona, . at traded by the mineral wealth of the country, advertised for others to join them, that a com pany, possessing sufficient capital to support itself for one year, might be formed. Governor Safford was, at this time, in San Francisco, and called upon the parties so advertising. He had, ct this time, never been in Arizona, but was anxious to encourage all enterprises of that character. The specimens of ore exhibited were veryrich, and were said to haveeen found by soldiers while on a scouting excursion ; but ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 31 July 1869

to ire n. ns. 'At as to its .Oil the ;vo as y I of .el lied avc iver - an nuf i alt, tall eof V of will . 1-. r t next; S. a"0 train? privt4 do weU ains t7 30 A i WEEKLY AEIZQNAN JULY 31. 4869. LOCAL MATTEES. Train of H. Stevens, of Port Yuma, jj yesterday. ,ery considerable amount of rain has darin.g the past week and the weather ii damp UbbapauLton left for the Sierra Colo Le on Thursday. This mine is 75 miles i from Tucson, on the Altar route. Mr. think, running a serious risk in going 'with a party of only three men, himself d. G.Work is progressing on the Apache ne in a most satisfactory manner. the past week a new shaft has been ikin0" the lode at a distance of thirty the old. The rock here, it is thought, ir3"emore than $100 to the ton. t emigrants from Texas, en roje for a passed through Tupspn, o.n Sunday. 'pressed their regrets that they could e upon some of our fertile and unoccu- ds being deterred from so doing in nee of the unremitting ravages by the Let us hope that th...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 31 July 1869

4 spy, r -'111 NyJ . 1 1 -1 -"J U-ilcCirrp.Y 1 . 1 T ATTORNEYS' AND COUNSELORS AT LAW I .: TUCSON, A- T. January 2dl869-tf f9r f Urnce in uourt-nousc xuiiamg TUCSON, A. 'i . tw aag4;6r Jf 1 . : JPIOtfEER BUTCHER. SHOP. MITCHELL GOLDBAUJL at the. OLD STAND on Main Street, TUCSON. A. T. IS ready to supply all customers in ha lino with as trood beef and at as low ratcB as can bodono elsewhero town. Jan. 1st 1859. PIONEER BREWERY. TUCSON, A. T. MGERBEER. A1LE and PORTER Constantly on hand. A. LEVIN & J. GOLDTREE. March 14, 1869 11-tf. CAMP GRANT STORE 0- fTHE undersigned would respectfully announce I that they have just opened a now stock of goods DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, Ac. and are prepared to sell on tho "livo and let live" principle: Would also announce to thoso persons desirous toscttlo upon tho Lower San Pedro, that they are proprietor of a large Asequio and will allow water to be taken from it by actual settlers frno of chargo ISRAEL tfcCOX. Camp Grant,A, T., Oct: 2d 1...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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